New York entrepreneur Stu Salenger was paging through a trade magazine last fall when an advertisement for a new breed of barbecues caught his eye.
It didn't take long for him to decide that a 2,600-pound barbecue that looks like an old steam locomotive and was built by Iron Horse Barbecue in White City was exactly what he wanted…read more
|2011||—||Rogue Valley Profiles: Pro-Weld|
|4.10.2010||—||Featured on page #8 in this months Oregon Dealer Solutions magazine|
|4.1.2010||—||Bring on the Heat in a Cold Economy|
|10.8.2009||—||Tourist Attractions & Parks magazine|
|4.16.2009||—||Dealer Solution Magazine (See pg.8)|
|11.17.2008||—||New Infrared BBQ Offering 'Green Grilling'|
|05.03.2008||—||Local steel fabricator sells a barbecue internationally|
|07.2007||—||Iron Horse BBQ Breaks Ground For Expanded Facility|
|05.2006||—||What's in? Grillin' Out!|
|05.2005||—||Iron Horse BBQ’s train gets the folks talking at every whistle stop|
|03.23.2005||—||Pro Weld Iron Horse Barbecue draws kudos|
|12.29.2004||—||OSU Family Business Awards|
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